Then & Now: Computers on Campus

Then & Now: Computers on Campus

—By Amy Yoelin ’18 —1985 photo courtesy of Archives & Special Collections / 2016 photo of Leah Greenhaus ’19 by Meredith Heuer This article appeared in the summer 2016 issue of the Alumnae Quarterly.... » Read more

Community Center sketch

Bringing the Campus Together

The College’s new Community Center responds to the evolving needs of students with a design that is committed to preserving the MHC experience On a late morning in early spring the Mount Holyoke campus is quiet. Bells from the Mary Lyon clock tower mark a…... » Read more


The Maven: Minimizing Wasted Food

How much food do you waste? A day? A week? A month? We all waste food. An estimated 25 percent of the food Americans purchase goes uneaten. That means food—and money—being thrown away, and landfills filling up with unnecessary waste. But minimizing wasted food, money,…... » Read more

Sonya Stephens

President’s Pen

As I step into the position of acting president, I am more reflective than usual about the long history of the College and symbolism of the threshold. In the early days of Mount Holyoke, when one student, arriving at the new seminary, found no steps…... » Read more